SSgt. Kenneth Kerr

SSgt. Kenneth Kerr, 439th Airlift Control Flight, enlisted in 2005, looking for a better way to help pay for school and at the same time, give back to his country. SSgt. Kerr is a single father of three and a web designer/programmer. “Even with being a parent, employee, student and reservist I’ve found time to for community involvement and give back. I teach students HTML and go to area schools and talk to them about the military,” Kerr said. “At basic training, the doctors asked me if I wanted to donate blood platelets that are used for burn victims and people with blood clotting problems. While there, they found that I have a high platelet count. I‘ve been donating every two weeks through the Red Cross.”

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